Some West Yorkshire CANN Organisations
SNOOP is a registered charity based in Eccleshill in Bradford, West Yorkshire and working across the whole of the Bradford Metropolitan District, including Bradford, Keighley, Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven. We have been pleased to support families of children and adults with SEND/autism and disabilities for the last 24 years. We operate from a purpose built centre, with fantastic facilities and is fully accessible. SNOOP provides the following services and support for children with SEND, adults with learning disabilities and/or autism and their parent/carers: After School Clubs Children’s holiday play schemes 3-16 years Adults day services and activities – 16-45 years Adults Social Group Preparation for Adulthood sessions and support planning for parent carers Youth Club SEND nursery providing early education funded places for 2,3 and 4 year olds Founded by the 2 Carols, we have an established reputation for quality and high standard of care and support and are sought externally for respresentation of the voice of young people and parent/carers of people with SEND and learning disabiilties and consultants in learning disabilility. We are very pleased to be part of the WYCANN network to share information and knowledge to enable and empower parent/carers as much as is possible.
SNOOP Newlands House One Inspire Bradford Business Park Newlands Way Eccleshill Bradford West Yorkshire BD10 0JE
SNOOP (Special Needs Objective Outreach Project)
Accessible and inclusive musical opportunities for those with additional needs and disabilities in West Yorkshire and beyond.
Accessible Inclusive Music (AIM)
Define Fine has been created by a small, committed team of parents and professionals who have lived experience of school attendance difficulties We are a parent/carer-led organisation set up in response to the growing number of children and young people who experience school attendance difficulties. This is sometimes referred to as ‘school refusal’, or emotionally based school avoidance and may be due to unmet Special Educational Needs & Disabilities including physical or mental illness, either suspected or diagnosed, bullying or issues relating to academic pressure, or even the school environment. We provide peer support, using our tried and tested resources and to help parents advocate for the support their children and young people need to be able to learn and achieve. We hope to build up our growing network of peer supporters, who we can train to use our guides for their own family and ultimately to then help other families experiencing attendance difficulties. Empowering parents to be able to effectively work with professionals, should encourage not only earlier intervention, with much better outcomes, but also reduce the risk and impact of unhelpful, and unnecessary attendance prosecutions and social services safeguarding interventions. It is vital that children, young people […]
Bluebell House Gumley Leicestershire LE16 7RU
Define Fine – Parent Peer Support for children with School Attendance Difficulties
Bradford Council through Children’s Services, Education and Learning provides a range of specialist teaching and support services to schools and Private, Voluntary and Independent Early Years settings as part of its offer and statutory duties for children and young people aged 0-25 years with special educational needs and disabilities.The Low Incidence team are a team of specialist teachers and support workers, instructors, habilitation officers, audiologists and technical officers who provide specialist teaching and support and outreach work to children and young people who are / have: Visual impairment Hearing impairment Multi-sensory impairment Physical needs We also manage specialist provision for children who are deaf, vision impaired or multi-sensory impaired in the Local Authority led Resourced Provisions: Grove House Primary School (VI) Swain House Primary School (Deaf) Girlington Primary School (Deaf) Hanson Delta Academy (Deaf and VI)
Service for Children and Young People with Visual Impairment 3rd Floor, Margaret McMillan Tower Prince’s Way Bradford BD1 1NN